ALL PROGRAMMING HAS BEEN SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
UPDATE JUNE 16, 2020 - PGFSC Official Statement to July 14, 2020 City of Prince George media release that arenas will remain closed indefinitely:
UPDATE JUNE 5, 2020: This week viaSport released its return to sport plan for all Provincial Sport Governing Bodies to follow as a guideline for implementing their sport specific return to play plans. Each PSO will be responsible for the development of its own return to play plan that requires board approval. Subsequently all local sport organizations will be required to develop its own return to sport/play plan following their provincial sport governing bodies guidelines. The City of Prince George is currently in the process of developing its “Safety Plan” for the reopening of its facilities to meet the guidelines that have been established by the Provincial Government through the Provincial Health Officer. The Safety Plan will outline the steps taken by the CN Centre/Community Arenas to ensure that our facilities meet the requirements of the Province, Provincial Health Officer, BCDC, and WorkSafe BC to minimize the risk of transmission of the COVID-19 virus. Once finalized this Safety Plan will be made available to all user groups/private renters.
THE PRINCE GEORGE
FIGURE SKATING CLUB
Established in 1971, the Prince George Figure Skating Club (PGFSC) and its nationally certified professional coaches have been offering Skate Canada's acclaimed national skating programs to the City of Prince George residents for 49 years. With over 360 members, PGFSC offers skating programs for all ages and abilities.
Programming Includes: Learn to Skate, CanPower, Competitive & Recreational Figure Skating and Adult Skate.
LEARN TO SKATE
CanSkate/Pre-CanSkate is Skate Canada’s flagship learn-to-skate program for beginners of any age that teaches fundamental movements and basic skills.
Action-packed, high energy instructional power skating program geared to hockey and ringette skaters.Learn More
Junior Academy is a learn-to-figure skate program. The curriculum for this program has been developed to build a solid foundation for long term success in the sport of figure skating.Learn More
FIGURE SKATINGStarSkate or the “Star” program follows Skate Canada’s StarSkate test and competition program. PGFSC has three streams for figure skating: Recreational, Competitive and our High Performance program.
NEWS & EVENTS
PGFSC 2020 AWARDS VIDEO
UPCOMING EVENTS & IMPORTANT DATES
- March 16, 2020 – rinks and programming are closed until further notice
- Wine Survivor / Pub Night - POSTPONED
- July 2020 - Summer Skating Begins - POSTPONED
- August 13 - 16, 2020 - BC/YK Summer Skate Super Series Competition, Burnaby BC - CANCELLED
- September 2020 - Fall Skating Begins
- October 2020 - Fall/Winter Programs Begin
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